Go truly wild from the land of kiwis to that of kangaroos, enjoying natural settings and wildlife found nowhere else in the world.
Begin your Australasian tour in the Bay of Islands, the northern most region of New Zealand where the Maori first established themselves.
Here, in the Waipoua
forest you can see Tane Mahuta, the “Lord of the Forest”, a 3,000 year old tree that also happens to be the second largest tree in the world.
You should not miss out on the opportunity to visit the Waitangi
Reserve where you’ll move among the mangroves, see impressive waterfalls and visit local villages.
As we sail from the Pacific to the Tasman Sea, you’ll cruise into Auckland, the City of Sails. You won’t be able to miss the 380mt tall Sky Tower, from which you’ll be able to see 360°and up to 80km away. Quite a breath-taking view.
With its art galleries, museums, cultural events and many restaurants, Auckland has a lot to offer to the most curious of travellers.
In Sydney you will be welcomed by yet another iconic monument, the Sydney Opera House. Should the South Shore not satisfy your liking for bustling city life you can opt for the expanse of the Royal Botanic Gardens to the east of Sydney Cove or the historic area of The Rocks to the west.
Melbourne will certainly surprise you by reminding you of Europe with its magnificent landscaped parks and city architecture with Victorian-era facades along beautiful tree-lined boulevards. Urban explorers won’t resist the Queen Victoria Market, which will repay both serious shoppers and people-watchers.
The unexpected atmosphere in Fremantle will give you a chance to be a casual visitor, in a town famous for its weekend markets and café-lined “Cappuccino Strip”. Its South Terrace district is the ideal place to just walk around just visiting the famous funky boutiques.
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